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Latest News from The Atkins

a photo of a falconer with his bird

Atkins Building is hosting the North Warwickshire and Hinckley College Graduate Show 2012

Date Posted: 18 June 2012
Piece by NWHC Student Emily Rose Wilson

Piece by NWHC Student Emily Rose Wilson

Atkins Building is hosting the NWHC Graduate Show 2012 from now in the Partridge Suite till Friday and the Education Room till Thursday. Featuring a huge array of 2D, 3D and moving images installations and pieces, this work is open to viewing by friends, family and the public during business hours.

Next Monthly Business Networking meeting

Date Posted: 13 June 2012

After the sucess of the last meeting in May which was attended by a variety of local businesses, the date of the next meeting is set for Thursday 21st June 8am to 9:30am at Atkins Building in Cafe Impressions. The organisers have confirmed that the numbers for pre registrationn are high and looks to match the sucess of the first meeting.

For more information or to register your attendance please contact:
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Tel: 0116 326 0626

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07790 899 852

Mayor comes to the Atkins Building to see children’s Jubilee artwork

Date Posted: 01 June 2012

Pupils from Holliers Walk Primary School decorated the Atkins Reception with their original Jubilee designed bunting to celebrate the Queen's Diamod Jubilee. A big thank you to all the staff and pupils of Holliers Walk who participated in this Jubilee Project.

The Mayor Martin Cartwright and his Consort visited the Atkins Building this morning to see these spendid and unique decorations and the small exhibition about the Royal Visit by H.R.H Princess Margaret in 1972.

The exhibition and bunting will be on display until Monday 11th June

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